M.E. Sharpe, 1998 - 190 Seiten
Presenting a balanced approach, including literature, music, and visual arts, Manns provides the solid basics of the history and development of aesthetic theories. He outlines a view of his own centered around the artist's intention and the act of communication, then tries out the various theories against the art of the last half century. The result is a short, compact, student-oriented book that gets the required ideas across with a minimum of fuss and extraneous theory.
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